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Horticulturae, Volume 5, Issue 2 (June 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Cycas micronesica has been exploited as a model species for pioneering studies on a group of plants [...] Read more. Cycas micronesica has been exploited as a model species for pioneering studies on a group of plants known as cycads. These attractive gymnosperm plants are compelling horticultural specimens for use in bonsai, container gardening, and landscapes. Yet applied research to inform horticultural management decisions has been lacking. The pinnately compound leaves of this cycad species grow to lengths of about 200 cm. Findings published in this issue revealed that the concentration of most macro- and micro-nutrients were directly influenced by position of the leaflets along the rachis. View this paper